That's $5000 in Coins That This Man Used to Buy His New Car

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Via Metro:

A man in Shijiazhuang, Hebei Province, China, decided to pay for his new 51,800 Yuan (£5,552) car using just coins.

According to the salesman, the customer warned him about the currency he intended to use before placing the order, so he can’t really be annoyed.

‘He said he’ll pay in petty cash. I thought it was old and small notes, but never expected they are all in small denomination coins,’ he said.

How Do You Get a Business-Obsessed Man to Wake Up From a Coma? Wave Some Money Under His Nose!

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From the New York Post:

For months doctors searched for a way to awaken Li, but to no avail. It wasn't until his family revealed what he loved most in the world that they found their key to success.

"We had asked his family what really drove him, and they were very clear that it was money," Tang said. "When we learned about his fondness for money, we experimented with notes and change.

"Memories of smell and sound can be very powerful stimulants," he added. "We found that a crisp, new 100 yuan note crumpled under his nose worked best."

Peacemaker of the Day: Jamie Lynn Spears Breaks Up Fight with Knife

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Britney Spears' little sister broke up a fight at a Pita Pit in Hammond, LA last month, and thanks to TMZ, you can now watch the whole thing go down.

Her friend was caught in the middle of the scuffle, so she went behind the counter and grabbed a large knife which she then used to threaten the brawlers until they stopped.

The last time a member of the Spears family frantically waved around a deadly weapon was the Great Bald Britney Paparazzi Umbrella Attack of 2007.

Maybe Jamie Lynn has a future in law enforcement if the singing career doesn't work out?

Photo of the Day: Albanian Prime Minister’s Charlie Hebdo Tribute is Perfect

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There were 3.7 million people at this weekend's anti-terrorism rally in Paris – the largest in French history.

One of those people was Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama, who wore this simple, yet powerful symbol of solidarity in his jacket pocket.

Rama used to teach at the Academy of Arts of Albania and was an artist himself for years. As mayor of Tirana, he organized a mural project to transform Soviet-era ruins into colorful works of art.